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How to Get from Phan Thiet to Other Places
If you are looking at holidaying in coastal Vietnam, you’d better know how to get from Phan Thiet — one of the most popular resort towns in the country — to other popular destinations like Ho Chi Minh City or Mui Ne beach.
Taxi and Transfer from Phan Thiet
Taxi is available at all times of the day or night from Phan Thiet Center. The journey to Ho Chi Minh City by taxi takes about 5 hours and will cost around $80. Traveling by car (taxi cabs and private transfers) in Phan Thiet is most suitable for people traveling with children or large luggage and those who don’t want to wait or simply value comfort.
With an ordered transfer, you will be met by the driver at the agreed time and safely brought to a drop-off place, so that you will not have to cook up a plan B and may rest easy. Unlike taxi, you can book a preferred vehicle online: for example, a minibus for a company of 7 people from the city to the air hub will cost 104 dollars. Besides, a return transfer can be ordered at once too.
You will see the rate when making a reservation, and it won’t change unless you book additional services.
Public transport from Phan Thiet
There is one train departing daily to Ho Chi Minh City at 1:10 pm from the train station at Cao Thang street right in the city. The whole journey takes approximately 4 hours. A soft seat will cost you $18 compared to $16 for a hard one. The same trip by bus takes 5-6 hours and $5-7 for a ticket. Also, online booking is available.
Local buses cruise between Phan Thiet and Mui Ne beach several times a day on a daily basis. They drive around the whole tourist area to pick up hailing passengers and make request stops. The price depends on a bus company but is usually low. This option suits best to young people traveling light.
This resort town is the best place for quiet family vacations. Its beautiful landscapes with colorful sand dunes, white beaches, and fir tree forests are ideal for slow walking around. When traveling there, go to see the Reclining Buddha statue on Ta Cu Mount, Red Canyon in Mui Ne, and Thap Poshanu Cham Towers. These places of interest are quite popular among tourists.
Also, the town area has a rich history: it used to be a part of the ancient state Cham Pa, and much later, in the 20th century, legendary Ho Chi Minh was a teacher of Chinese literature and the Vietnamese language in a local school.